Striated Thornbills @ Mulligan's (film)

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Subject: Striated Thornbills @ Mulligan's (film)
From: David Rees <>
Date: Mon, 26 Aug 2019 09:00:32 +0000
There are plenty of these birds in and about Mulligan's Flat at the
moment.  You usually can pick them by the high twittery call as they
move through with weebills and the like.  So much more arboreal than the
Buff and Yellow rumped which are the most common thornbills there.  I've
got some more footage of these bird doing what they do - frantically
looking for insects amongst the leaves.  They are hard birds to film, I
rank them with Brown Gerygones for difficulty!!

I've mixed in and re-edited some earlier footage from Mulligans. All
five local Thornbills can be found there.


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